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By application filed on 11 August 2016, the Applicant, a locally recruited staff member of the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (“UN-Women”) in India, challenged the adoption of the new salary scales—posted on the website of the Office of Human Resources Management (“OHRM”)— resulting from a Comprehensive Local Salary Survey conducted in June 2013 in India, which concluded that salaries of locally recruited staff were above the labour market. 2. On 4 November 2016, the Respondent filed his reply to the application inter alia arguing that the Applicant’s case was manifestly inadmissible.
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Score: 505478.03 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-065.pdf
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By application filed on 11 August 2016, the Applicant, a locally recruited staff member of the United Nations Development Programme (“UNDP”) in India, challenged the adoption of the new salary scales—posted on the website of the Office of Human Resources Management (“OHRM”)—resulting from a Comprehensive Local Salary Survey conducted in June 2013 in India, which concluded that salaries of locally recruited staff were above the labour market. 2. On 3 November 2016, the Respondent filed his reply to the application inter alia arguing that the Applicant’s case was not receivable because her case was not remanded to the United Nations Dispute Tribunal (“UNDT”) by the United Nations Appeals Tribunal (“UNAT”).
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Score: 496484 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-066.pdf
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By application filed on 20 June 2017, the Applicant, a Programme Management Officer (P-4) working with the Division of Market Development (“DMD”), International Trade Centre (“ITC”), requests suspension of action, pending management evaluation, of the decision not to renew his fixed-term appointment (“FTA”) beyond 30 June 2017. 2. (...) The Applicant failed to show irreparable damage in the present case; he was encouraged by ITC to apply to other vacancies, which shows that there is a possibility for being selected for another position; he was also offered to be put in contact with a consultant to support him to re-entry the job market; and j. There was thus no indication that the Applicant will suffer irreparable damage in the present case.
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Score: 489897.85 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2017-131.pdf
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Each of the Applicants, General staff members of the United Nations Children’s Fund (“UNICEF”), India, in the service of the Organization from a date prior to 1 November 2014, filed a motion for extension of time to file an application against “the decision of [United Nations Office of Human Resources Management, International Civil Service Commission] (“UN/OHRM/ICSC”)] that the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi, India, in June 2013 found that the current salaries for locally-recruited staff are above the labour market”, as contained in the UN/OHRM cable of 1 October 2014. 2. (...) A Comprehensive Local Salary Survey was conducted in New Delhi in June 2013, and the results of the survey were promulgated by OHRM on its website, as reflected in its cable dated 1 October 2014, in the following terms: Subject: New Delhi (India) local salaries (AAA) following the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi in June 2013, this is to advice you that the results of the survey indicate that salaries for locally recruited staff are above the labour market when compared with the remuneration package of the retained comparators by13.4 per cent for general service (GGSS) category and 19.4 per cent for national officer category.
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Score: 489897.85 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-026.pdf
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. *** Ten years of experience in the financial markets. Exposure to capital markets and international work experience is desirable.
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Score: 473279.15 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2014-UNAT-447.pdf
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This decision, which was made in March 2011 by the ITC Senior Management Committee to take effect on 31 December 2011, was posted on the ITC intranet website and was communicated to the staff of the Division of Market Development; b. The Applicant was transferred on 15 April 2011, at his request and with the same post, to the Office for Asia and the Pacific, Division of Country Programmes.
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Score: 463496 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2012-007e.pdf
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He has been responsible for providing business analysis design lead and project management in a number of IT projects at various stages in his career with UNHCR; particularly, he has ongoing experience with ProGres V4 software development project, performing a Business Analyst role for the last two years; in parallel, since 2011, he took part in another software development project dubbed ProGres Lite; in late 1997, he was tasked with analyzing the UNHCR return strategy in Bosnia and turning it into the return process management system; he has been involved in several software development projects for the former Field Software Development Unit; outside UNHCR, he lead the establishment of an IT company offering web design, hosting and administration, be-spoke software development and other IT services on a local market. With respect to his educational background, the Applicant has, both formally and informally, studied software programming as part of his engineering studies, and he continued to develop his IT background through a number of informal and on the job self-study opportunities; Case No. (...) UNDT/2014/104 Page 13 of 15 UNHCR, leading the establishment of a private IT services company operating in a local market. Nevertheless, even if such management and business analysis related components in his previous positions were to be taken into account, it is dubious, to say the least, that the Applicant’s cumulated experience in the said fields reached the required ten years, with five of them “in an international capacity”. 30.
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Score: 457751 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-104.pdf
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The UNDT was satisfied from the documents before it that the selected candidate was reassigned from the News and Media Division of the Department of Public Information effective September 2002, with no change in level, to the United Nations Publications Sales and Marketing Section within the Library and Information Resources Division, in the same Department, and that he remained in that Section until he was promoted to the next level in September 2006.
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Score: 448592.97 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2012-unat-262.pdf
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Two methods of calculation are open: the first is simply to actuarially calculate the capital value of the increased income stream (although I say “simply”, this is actually rather complicated and requires expert assessment); and the second is to ascertain the cost on the open market of acquiring an annuity that would the difference in the income streams. 9.
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Score: 448592.97 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-117.pdf
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